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Images featured on the website throughout November and December were provided by GIA member Illinois Arts Council Agency. Created by the Illinois General Assembly in 1965, the Illinois Arts Council Agency (IACA) is governed by a board of private citizens appointed by the Governor who are charged with developing the state’s public arts policy, fostering quality culturally diverse programs, and approving grants expenditures. Resources to support the Illinois Arts Council Agency are provided by the Governor and General Assembly of Illinois, as well as the National Endowment for the Arts.
Altarum Institute and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation have released a report detailing the economic impact of racism, and the benefits of advancing racial equity as the demography of our nation changes.
The National Endowment for the Arts announces the expansion of its landmark arts partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense to bring art therapy to military patients at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital’s satellite center of the National Intrepid Center of Excellence in Fairfax County, Virginia.
Max Fisher pens a comprehensive article on the story of the recently discovered art stash in Germany:
More commentary on the recent National Innovation Summit for Arts and Culture from Gary Steuer, president ande CEO of the Bonfils Stanton Foundation in Denver.
Lily Janiak of Theater Bay Area writes an extensive look at equity in the administrative side of nonprofit theater. A couple of GIA folk are quoted.
From the Arts for LA website:
From Tamar Lewin at the New York Times:
Diane Ragsdale ofers some observations on the evolution of arts funding on Jumper.
The latest post from Angie Kim’s blog, Private Foundations Plus: